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Washington State Univ. will host a grand opening for its WSU Connections store in Spokane 4:30pm PT. The store will feature a school ticket office, staff for the Cougar Athletic Fund and IMG College, as well as a retail outlet.
A deal to keep the Devils in NJ could come "no later than mid-week," according to Larry Brooks of the N.Y. POST. Brooks reported Sunday that the team and NJSEA are in a "nuts and bolts" phase of negot
Denver''s KMGH-TV reported Friday that Colorado''s new NHL team will called the Avalanche. The team had asked fans to help name them and gave them eight options -- Avalanche, Black Bears, Cougars, Out
The Spurs are the subject of "swirling" speculation in Nashville as the next target in the "effort to lure a sports tenant" for its new arena, according to this morning''s Bergen RECORD. Wednesday, th
The Sixers announced yesterday they will move their training camp to the Univ. of DE this season after training at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA for the last 17 years (PHILADELPHIA INQU
Warriors President Andy Dolich resigned yesterday after becoming "increasingly frustrated" as Owner Chris Cohan and Team Council Robin Baggett "steadily cut back his sphere of control," according to s
Wearing a white Raiders sweat suit over a white shirt and black tie, Raiders Owner Al Davis yesterday offered a "first look" inside his decision to return to Oakland, "thanking and saluting" East Bay
Jets President Barry Shenkarow, who is still awaiting approval of a deal to sell his team to the Spirit of Manitoba, said yesterday that "there is still a chance" the team could move before next seaso
NJSEA Chair Robert Mulcahy said yesterday that improvements to Brendan Byrne Arena have to be "revenue-neutral," and that the authority is willing to spend up to $40M to build more luxury boxes, accor
Over 8,700 fans welcomed the new NHL team to Colorado at a "Break the Ice" party. CO Gov. Roy Romer, who declared yesterday "Break the Ice Day" in the state, introduced team captain Joe Sakic as Joe "
The Oakland City Council gave its first vote on the Raiders deal "swift and sure" approval by a 6-0 margin and without any opposition, writes Sandy Kleffman in this morning''s SN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Th